by Rebecca Macatee | Tue., Aug. 23, 2016 7:00 AM
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Celebrities don't live like us.
Sure, their homes have rooms with four walls and a roof, but that's pretty much where the similarities end. Stars want instant access to all the best amenities, and price is no object. So whether it's an in-home spa or a custom moat to keep the paparazzi at bay, nothing is too extravagant!
Take Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's $20 million dream home, for example. The California mansion is equipped with two spas, eight fireplaces and even a vineyard. That's right: Kimye can make their very own wine right in their backyard!
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And who could forget about Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's L.A. pad? The 14,1000-square-foot mansion has eight bedrooms, a custom gym and even a custom moat stocked with Koi fish. Not to worry, though: That moat is eco-friendly, obviously.
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The Bradys backyard is is impressive, for sure, but have you seen the Smiths'? Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's Malibu retreat has a man-made pond that doubles as a free-form pool. The property, which was featured in Architectural Digest, also has its own recording studio, a meditation room and a gazebo that Will says is his favorite spot on the 150-acre property. "Answers come to me out there," he told the mag.
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Other stars like to be able to practice their hobbies right at home. Tiger Woods, for example, has his very own golf course at his Jupiter Island, Fla., home. The practice facility was destined "to replicate tournament-like conditions, similar to those he faced around the world," according to TigerWoods.com.
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John Travolta's Ocala, Fla., home is fully-equipped to support his hobbies, too, which means it includes two huge runways for his private planes.
"We designed the house for the jets and to have at our access the world at a moment's notice, and we succeeded at that," he said in a 2015 interview with Australia's Today (as excerpted by Architecture and Design). "For the last 11 years, we've been able to globe-trot for Qantas and movies...I've been really able to operate out of this house for business and personal reasons."
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. created a real and working Old West town called Whisky River on his 200-acre property in North Carolina. "I thought it was a great idea, and I'm really into the Westerns," he told USA Today. "I'm into the Spaghetti Westerns and all the stuff [Clint] Eastwood did in the '70s and '60s. It seems like a fun, mysterious time."
The town includes a saloon, a sheriff's office and working jail, a hotel, a post office, pharmacy, bank, barbershop, general store and church. The NASCAR driver also owns a pub with the name Whisky River in Charlotte.
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